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Discover the new Reference Architectures for Breweries using ProleiT brewmaxx

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Discover the new Reference Architectures for Breweries using ProleiT brewmaxx

This document specifically addresses EcoStruxure™ Plant architectures for Breweries using ProleiT brewmaxx, which is part of EcoStruxure™ Plant series, a collection of documents that addresses reference architectures for applications in the Food & Beverage segment. These flexible and collaborative architecture from Schneider Electric provide access to the information you plan and operate a brewery plant, with an emphasis customers’ needs, providing specific technological brewing functionalities embedded in the process control system software suite.

 

EcoStruxure™ Plant architectures for Breweries, specifically covers the different process areas as the silo systems, brewhouse, fermenting and storage cellars, yeast management, filtration, bottling plants, auxiliary plants and CIP plants.

 

The architecture described in this document is not a specific product in the normal commercial sense. It describes an example of how Schneider Electric and third-party components may be integrated to fulfill an industrial application.

 

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